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Our simple and urgent focus is finding a cure for Systemic JIA, also known as Still's Disease, and Macrophage Activation Syndrome (MAS).

On March 2, join us for a SJIA & Still's Patients / Caregivers social hour to celebrate Rare Disease Day.

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The Systemic JIA Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to accelerating research & treatment for Systemic JIA (Systemic Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis), also known as Still’s Disease and associated complications such as Macrophage Activation Syndrome.

Recent Events

In our mission to find a cure, we bring researchers, patients, clinicians, pharma and regulators together at our events.

SJIA Social Hour for Rare Disease Day

Rare Disease Day 2024

Organized by the SJIA Foundation to celebrate global Rare Disease Day... read more

CME Lectures Series for MAS / Secondary HLH

CME Lecture Series for MAS / Secondary HLH

In collaboaration with Clinical Viewpoints®, we organized a series of CME lectures by MAS experts. Lectures were free and open to doctors from all over the world. s... read more

NextGen Therapies for SJIA & MAS

SJIA Family Education Day at Cincinnati Children's

Meeting brought together researchers, patients, FDA, EMA and Pharma. Was virtual due to Covid. read more

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We have now fixed the DONATION FORM on the Systemic JIA Foundation website and made several tests to donate, and it all went through without problems. We are hoping the form will work for everyone now. We want to thank everyone who tried to donate and for bringing this issue on the form to our attention. ... See MoreSee Less
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The SJIA / MAS working group in Europe has two great talks coming up on June 13th (10:30am -12 pm est). Event is free but you need to register: form.jotform.com/231316175510345Speakers are- Dr Pui Lee (Harvard) who will speak about mTor pathways in SJIA-Dr Randy Cron (UAB) who will speak about Hyperinflammation in HLH. #SJIA #Mas #pres See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
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